Hopes of passing a bill to expand civil rights protections to gays and lesbians in Indiana were dealt a blow by Governor Mike Pence’s State of the State address.
The 911 calls made during and after a massive pile-up on Interstate 74 illustrated the panic and sheer horror of the situation.
A New York woman was one of three Powerball ticket holders in Kentucky to win the game’s second prize of $1 million.
Lauren Hill will once again be recognized for her courageous battle with cancer.
Dearborn County Commissioner Kevin Lynch will continue serving as the president of Ohio-Kentucky-Indiana Regional Council of Governments in 2016.
Ivy Tech Community College is inviting area 21st Century Scholars and their parents to learn more about the college, its programs, and career pathway opportunities at upcoming events for high school students.
A Dillsboro youngster’s design will appear on the official t-shirt of the 2016 Ohio River Sweep.
Ohio County officials do not want to be left out of the excitement that has been generated by Indiana Governor Mike Pence’s call for the exploration of a new port in southeast Indiana.
A group of ministers and religious leaders have delivered petitions with more than 5,500 signatures from people opposed to adding LGBT protections to Indiana’s civil rights law.
A new port could “unleash enormous economic investment” in southeast Indiana, Governor Mike Pence said Tuesday.